JAGS

The End of JAGs Baseball

31 Mar , 1908
Created by Aaron Mittler

No A., J And G. Team. League has vacancy to fill owing to JAGS withdrawal.

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Howard J. Earl

11 Nov , 1907
Created by Elizabeth Emery

Howard J. Earl (February 27, 1869 – December 22, 1916) was a Major League Baseball outfielder.

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Honus Wagner & Team in Town

24 Jul , 1907
Created by Elizabeth Emery

This article dated 7/24/1907 recaps a game between the JAGs and the Pittsburgh (Pirates) Nationals, featuring future Hall of Fame player Honus Wagner, where the home team lost 5-0. Pittsburgh was en route to Philadelphia, for a game the next day, after playing a game in Boston the day before.   PITTSBURGERS TOOK THE GAME Score of 5 to 0 at the Close of the Ninth Inning,  After […]

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Cy Young Comes to Town

6 Jul , 1907
Created by Elizabeth Emery

This article dated 7/6/1907 shows the box score from the exhibition game against the Boston (Red Sox) Americans, where the home team lost 8-3. Boston was en route to Detroit, for a game the next day, after playing a double header on 7/4 in Boston against the Washington Senators. Boston American‟s opening day starter that season was 40 year old Cy Young. He […]

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The Local Connection to Boston

5 Jul , 1907
Created by Elizabeth Emery

The Boston (Red Sox) Americans came to town, it is believed, because of a significant local connection… Myron Frederick “Moose” Grimshaw was a right fielder in who played from 1905 through 1907 for the Boston Americans. Grimshaw was a switch-hitter and threw right-handed. He was born in St. Johnsville, New York and raised in Canajoharie. In a three-season career, Grimshaw […]

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